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    Question More formal: "In case you need it"

    I'm writing a letter and am wondering if there's a more formal way to say: "In case you need it"
    Thanks!

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    Re: More formal: "In case you need it"

    Quote Originally Posted by iak002 View Post
    I'm writing a letter and am wondering if there's a more formal way to say: "In case you need it"
    Thanks!
    (Not a teacher.)
    If need be.
    Where necessary.

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    Re: More formal: "In case you need it"

    The car is always available, should you need it.

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